Hi everyone. As usual, Interior Design Magazines will share with you the National Geographic‘s photo of the day. Why? Because National Geographic has the most fantastic pictures of the world. Every single day, the magazine reveals one astonishing photo about people, nature, animals, breathtaking views…the subjects are different but still, National Geographic has the best photos you will ever find.
28th February photo
Empire State Building photos – New York pictures – ” Through a Glass, Colorfully”
Photograph by Ivan Lesica, National Geographic Your Shot
“I love walking around my beloved New York City armed with my camera, looking for different and interesting subjects to photograph,” says Your Shot member Ivan Lesica. “On this day, I was walking over the Williamsburg Bridge that connects Brooklyn with Manhattan. Halfway over the bridge I noticed a handmade wooden box painted in bright yellow, with openings in the front and back. I looked through it and noticed that the inside walls were covered with pieces of white, orange, and blue glass.” Lesica noticed the reflection of the Empire State Building in some of the pieces and took the picture through the opening in the box. “It’s my favorite shot of New York City to date.”
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This is a brilliant way to capture one of the most iconic buildings in the world: the Empire State Building. Almost daily, we see New York pictures that have the same perspective, but this photo stands out. It’s fantastic.
Source: National Geographic